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Username: CyberKitt
Last Online: 20 May 2020, 1:39 pm
Registered: 5 Jul 2016, 9:00 pm

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Run away with me.
Let me be your ride out of town
Let me be the place that you hide
We can make our lives on the go...
Run away with me.


Cyberkitt - Cy


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A wild Seeka appears!




Get To Know Me

1. Let's get one thing straight, I'm not.
2. I'm autistic! Please be patient if I don't understand you immediately!
3. StrawBerryFox and Steampunk_Llama and I are still the best
4. I use she/they!
5. I love Steven Universe, House M.D; Newsies, Waitress, Heathers, Hamilton, Skyrim, Legend of Zelda, Percy Jackson, space, snakes, and Overwatch, so if you're interested in any of these things, send me a message and maybe we can be friends!
6. That being said, I am very shy,, so I usually don't comment/message first ;;



IMPORTANT:
StrawBerryFox and I are the true memelords, and I will fite anyone who disagrees

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    • Did you like the pic I made of fiab and your gay tigger?~ XD



    • You sure diddly can.
      Alright. So theres a ton of drama regarding depicting dinosaurs as accurate. Theres like, barely any accurate dinosaurs in media, its kind of exhausting if your passionate about paleontology. You see, most of this debate is about what dinosaurs were feathered, and which ones weren't (hint: protofeathers are a basal trait in dinosaurs, so more dinosaurs had some sort of "fuzz" or feathers than ones that didn't, even if it was minimal). But there's a lot more to it than that!
      One of the most glaring things is also the posture of the forelimbs or hands. Its not as heated as the whole feather debate, so it gets glossed over a lot. Dinosaurs could not pronate their forelimbs (their palms couldnt face downwards). Dinosaurs instead would always have their palms facing inward, lest they break their wrists. this doesn't exclude quadrupedal dinosaurs either!!! Instead of their front feet facing forward, like you would see on quadrupedal mammals today that fit similar niches, dinosaur front feet pointed outward to the sides. This is, again, because their wrists just couldn't rotate to face forward/pronate.
      So when you see someone pretending to be a T. rex, holding up two fingers and pointing their palms downwards, they're actually portraying a T. rex with broken wrists. RIP.




    • Greetings fren! I love your profile and I'd really like a space fact X3 (i'm a space dork heh)


    • Could I get one o' those sweet, sweet space facts pls? >w>


    • ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)



    • lol sure!! [sorry about the late repky h ah

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